Job Spider is a free service with no pay-for-use plans.
Job Spider is a free job board that allows employers to search through resumes and find the right candidates. Job posts are also formatted to be picked up by large job post aggregators, giving posts further exposure and access to a centralized candidate database.
- Employers can search through resumes for free.
- The site integrates with most applicant tracking systems.
- Jobs posted on the site are picked up by job post aggregators.
- Job seekers can browse through job posts or search for specific jobs.
- The website has a simple design making it easy to use.
- All candidates on the site have manually submitted their resumes.
- There is a smaller pool of candidates and job posts because all information must be sent to the site directly.
- Job Spider does add "opportunities" that are home-based and jobs outside the U.S. and Canada.
- The platform does not offer social media sharing, candidate matching, or in-house applicant tracking tools.
- Job Spider does not provide sponsored postings to boost visibility.
We were unable to find online reviews on Job Spider.
How to Search for Resumes on Job Spider:
- Navigate to the Job Spider home page.
- Click on the "Search Resumes" button under "Employers" on the left of the page.
- Enter the Keyword(s) you are looking for, then select the state, city, and category for your job posting.
- Click "Search."
Job Spider vs. Indeed:
Indeed is the largest online job board and offers free job postings as well as the option to sponsor job posts for more exposure. Job Spider is a free site but there is an option to contact the site's administrator to discuss advertising options. These services are not standard and are not listed on the website.
Job Spider vs. Monster:
Monster is an online job board that offers paid posts starting from $12.00 for the pay-per-click plan, while Job Spider only offers free posting. Employers need to contact the Job Spider site administrator for advanced advertising options. That said, unlike Job Spider, Monster offers a more extensive resume database.
Job Spider vs. CareerBuilder:
CareerBuilder post prices start at $349.00 per month, while all job posts on Job Spider are free. CareerBuilder offers far more advanced hiring tools, such as candidate engagement strategies and analytics from job posts, to manage campaigns. An attractive feature of Job Spider is the ability to browse resumes for free.